March 10 (Bloomberg) -- Yondenko Corp., a Japanese electrical engineering company, will build a 3.1 billion yen ($30 million) solar power station in Kagawa prefecture in western Japan.
The 12.5 megawatt plant, to be built at a former factory site, will start running by March 2016, the company said in a statement today.
Yondenko has a 2.5 megawatt solar plant running in Kagawa and has plans for nine other solar projects, according to the statement.
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